ACT LIKE YOU KNOW – workshop with Dennis L.A.White Friday, June 13 (Philadelphia, PA)

Dennis L.A. White

Hey MMT Family!  Here’s an event for all the aspiring actors/actresses in the family!  Checkout this workshop coming this Friday, June 13 led by the multi-talented actor Dennis L.A. White, and look for my article with Dennis on Examiner.com this weekend!

“ACT LIKE YOU KNOW”

“The Philly Edition”

Hosted by Actor/Acting Coach/Producer Dennis L.A. White

Does your child have what it takes to be a STAR?

Have you always dreamed of being an ACTOR & ACTRESS?

Are you ready for the CAMERA?

Are you ready to NETWORK and land a role in TV or FILM?

If you said yes to any of these questions, join Dennis L. A. White on June 13, 2014 to LEARN, PRACTICE, and ACT with Dennis L.A.White as he teaches you:

Proper Audition Techniques

How To Develop your Character

How to enter the Acting Business and land that next role…..

ALL AGES ACCEPTED

The registration fee is $100.00

All registration must be paid via the Eventbrite page, and will not be accepted at the door.  Click here to register or to contact Charron Monaye for tickets prior to June 12th.


Dennis L.A. White is an American stage and screen actor noted for portraying Damion ‘D-Roc’ Butler in the Notorious B.I.G. biopic, “Notorious”.   Dennis has starred in “The Brave One” with Jodie Foster,” “Law & Order: SVU”, “The Jury”, “Dreams” “I Think I Love My Wife”, “Miracle’s Boys” and TNT’s “The Closer,” and he was cast as the re-occurring character “Mistah Ray” on NBC’s “Parenthood.” He also starred in writer/director Rel Dowdell’s  feature film “Changing the Game,” which had a May 2014 televised début on BET networks.

In 2010, he portrayed a cancer stricken comedian in Marq Overton’s Off Broadway play “Die Laughing,” and in 2014 he portrayed Walter Lee Younger in Lorraine Hansberry’s “A Raisin in the Sun” in Hollywood, California.

“Act Like You Know” is a company founded by White that gives acting workshops and seminars to aspiring actors across the country.

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